Bloomberg talked about ending gun violence in his speech.
Summit County Real Estate Industry Worried About Potential Tax HikeState lawmakers will decide if short term rentals across Colorado are taxed as commercial property rather than residential.
Human Composting Bill Heard In House CommitteeA bill in the Colorado State Legislature was heard by the House Energy and Environment Committee on Monday.
Both Sides Argue Potential Death Penalty Repeal At State CapitolThe death penalty may soon be off of the table for criminals sentenced in Colorado.
Colorado Lawmakers Hear From Crime Victims' Families In Death Penalty RepealThe first hearing on the death penalty repeal happens Monday afternoon.
Bill Would Allow Pharmacists To Dispense HIV Prevention Medicine Without PrescriptionColorado lawmakers are debating the proposal.
Reality Check: Impeachment Clouds Busy Election YearCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd interviews Democratic analyst Mike Dino and Republican analyst Dick Wadhams.
18th Judicial District Could Be Split UpLawmakers at the state Capitol discussed splitting up the 18th Judicial District. Right now, the district includes Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln Counties.
County Clerks In Colorado Train To Protect Election ProcessFor the first time in two decades, one of three elections of the year in Colorado will be a presidential primary.
Lawmakers Debate Colorado Opportunity Scholarship InitiativeStudents from around Colorado traveled to the state Capitol on Wednesday to talk about affordable college. The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative, also known as COSI, helps students who may not be able to afford college.
Dueling Bills Could Change '529 Savings Accounts'The 529 savings accounts allow families to claim a tax deduction as long as they spend the money on college.
Congressman Joe Neguse Visits Students After Receiving LettersIf you ever wondered if writing your congress person can accomplish anything, just ask some middle schoolers northwest of Fort Collins.
Some Question Colorado's Senators Impartiality During Impeachment TrialThe ability of Colorado's two U.S. senators to be impartial jurors in the impeachment trial is coming into question.
U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Colorado Case Ahead Of 2020 ElectionThe United States Supreme Court will hear a Colorado case that could change the way the Electoral College selects the next president.
PopSockets Founder Testifies Before CongressDavid Barnett testifies about the "bullying" from big tech companies.
Questions Surface Over Taxpayer Dollars Spent On Legal AppealThe appeal challenged a ruling over a lawsuit filed by Republicans against Democrats in the State Senate.
Budget Writer Says There Are Dozens Of Undisclosed Funds In Colorado State GovernmentSen. Dominick Moreno plans to find out just how much money is in the coffers.
Sen. Michael Bennet, Sen. Cory Gardner Sign Impeachment OathSenators must still vote on the rules of the impeachment trial.
Rep. Jason Crow Named An Impeachment JudgeRep. Crow is one of seven House managers in the impeachment proceedings.
Colorado Legislature Will Discuss Repeal Of Death PenaltyThe proposal is getting bipartisan support at the state Capitol.
State Lawmakers Consider Hands-Free Cellphones While DrivingThis is the 4th attempt at such a ban in the Colorado Legislature.
State Sen. Rhonda Fields Says Death Penalty Decision Should Go To VotersSen. Fields believes the decision should be left up to Colorado voters.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Repealing Death PenaltyThe bill being proposed has both Democratic and Republican support.
Nancy Pelosi Picks Rep. Jason Crow As Impeachment Manager For House Of RepresentativesRep. Jason Crow, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 6th Congressional District, will be an impeachment manager for the House of Representatives.
State Republicans Want To Audit FundQuestions are mounting over how Gov. John Hickenlooper spent the money as Colorado Democrats resist an audit of the fund.